Birmingham and Solihull Bees are looking to extend their lead at the top of the table in their upcoming fixture against Keresley.
The Bees are nine points clear of second placed Cannock and are looking to complete March with a 100%-win record.
Standing in their way are a Keresley side who are currently seventh in the Midlands 5 West (South) division and have had mixed results throughout the season.
“From what I have seen we will be facing a hugely physical side made up of big lads who like to play a forward dominated game,” said Bees head coach Clive Chapman.
“We are expecting a tough game and I will look to make sure that we are not complacent.”
Chapman believes his side still have a lot to improve on despite being top.
“We can improve on everything,” said Chapman.
“We are predominantly a very young side with a desire to play open running rugby.
“The main thing I am trying to get across is good decision making related to where and when to play that type of game and when to be a bit more pragmatic.
“It’s a balancing act as the last thing I want to do is stifle their creativity and fun and I want them to have ownership of our ‘style’ as it’s a player’s game after all.”
Chapman’s side have lost just one game all season, and a win would put them within touching distance of the title with just four games remaining of their season.
The Bees are also in the semi-final of the North Midlands Vase competition however Chapman has full focus on his team securing the league title first.
“The message has been consistent all season, we play our game, which is based on being on our feet and into line A and D faster than our opponents”, said Chapman.
“I just want them to enjoy themselves and play for each other.”